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    Default New power inflators

    One of the shops in which I work is an open water shop that sells Dive Rite Trans Paks, and they remove the inflator and install an SS-1 (Atomic's version of the AIR2), so we have dozens of brand new power inflators and hoses lying around.

    We figured technical divers might be interested in these so we're going to sell them below dealer cost. A new power inflator for $25 including shipping in the continental US, inflator and new hose for $35 shipped, or a new inflator hose only for $20 shipped.

    PM me with a daytime phone number and someone from the shop will call you to get credit card and address and all that.

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    hey other Russell, does jw, does that include the elbow? and what length is the inflator hose?

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    "Inflator hose" is the hose that connects the inflator to the first stage. Perhaps you are referring to the "airway," which connects the inflator to the wing?

    We don't replace the airway when we put an SS-1 on the Trans Pak; it uses the same airway.

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    ok gotcha, hey, even if noone else realizes what i'm taking about, i still know what i mean :P (and yes i was refering to the "airway")

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    Russel,
    Are the inflators the style with the button on the same side and the oral inflator or the opposite?

    Thanks,

    Bobby

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    It's the inflator shown in the picture on this page:

    http://www.diverite.com/products/cat...arnesses/t3000

    Near the bottom, click on the second picture under "more images." You can then zoom in for a closeup.

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